Garlic 'Provence Wight'
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|Direct Sow/ Plant Out|
- Edible Crop
- Kitchen Garden
- Broad Tolerance
- 30cm (12in)
- Artichoke (Softneck)
- Common name
- Provence Wight Garlic (Allium sativum)
- Full Sun
- Split the bulb into cloves and plant these individually, each clove upright, with the flat base down and pushed into the soil to twice their own depth, spaced at intervals of 6in/15cm.
- Plant autumn or early spring. Split the bulb into cloves and plant them individually, upright, with the flat base down and pushed into the soil to twice their own depth, spaced at intervals of 15cm. Can be grown in containers if kept watered.
A large white softneck garlic with purple streaks originating in the lush valleys of the Drame in the north of Provence.
- Comes with full planting and growing instructions
Keep the area weed-free until the foliage begins to turn yellow in mid-summer when it is ready to lift, dry in the sun and then harvest.